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Do you like My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic? You aren't alone, as many others do too. Are you a brony who uses GIO? Then this is the place for you.
We had this thread going before, and it was mildly popular. Due to some reason I don't know at this time, it was lost in the annals of the ether and shall not be returning to us, so we must all start anew.
As the title suggests, this is the Letter To Celestia thread. If any of you feel inspired, we'd love to hear you come up with your own letter. This could be funny and have a great joke, or you could actually have a serious thought on the study of friendship that you would like to share with the group in letter form.
Reason why it's a good idea to make it a 'letter to Celestia is the format. Think of it as if you're talking to a single person (pony) who wants to hear your thoughts and is expecting them.
Anyhoof. Who's first?
"Always make them laugh, try to make them cry. Always take the stage like it's the last night of your life." Frank Turner.
I'll go first.
Dear Princess Celestia,
I know sometimes my seriousness gets scattered in with my silly near-scatological humor. It's not that I mean to, I just use humor as a coping mechanism. You see, in my conflicts with depression, near-suicidal thoughts, self-deprecation, and constant narcissistic tendencies that get mixed in with my low self-esteem, I've come to realize that friends aren't people you hang out with when you're bored. They're not just people who eventually leave you. Friends are people who stick with you and help you through troubled times, and are almost always there to talk. Of course, they can also still be people who you hang out with, but physical interaction isn't the key to friendship. Emotional connection is.
Imagine how is touch the spy.